The Lamb And The Tiger

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It is a rhyming poem about a child talking to a lamb, asking it who made it. In this essay I will compare ‘The Lamb’ and ‘The Tiger’, showing the differences in content, mood and atmosphere.’ ‘The Tiger’, has a very ‘balanced’ structure and rhyming pattern; it has six quatrains, each with two pairs of rhyming couplets, therefore it has twenty four lines and 12 rhyming couplets...
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The last quatrain is a repetition of the first quatrain except from one word; Blake changes the word ‘Could’ to ‘Dare’. He does this because he is no longer asking who is able to make a creature like the tiger but who dared make a creature like the tiger. ‘The Lamb’, only has two stanzas, both with ten lines in them; therefore it is shorter than ‘The Tiger’ poem...
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